NicoR, Rochester, New York I have been a member of www.mybeatshop.com sence the year 2009. This site is for music producers/artists all over the world. For the first year 2009-2010 I was being paid in accordence to the FAQ on this site but it was never consistant…the owner of the site JEFF “”Jeffason”” ORTIZ had a diffrnt type of payment scedual he would pay when he felt like it…as a producer i feel as if you should be paid as soon as you sell a product, in this case i would sell instrumentals and would get paid 2 to 3 months later after the original date sold which in my eyes was slightly weird because of the inconsistancy… The year 2010 hit and started to sell beats more frequently, and on this site the beats i sold from 2009-2010 (which i WAS paid for) say “”verified”” which were sent to my pay pal.now 2010-2014 i have sold 22 more beats which i was not paid for and still say “”Pending”” totaling OVER $700…now some from the outside looking in may say “”well mabey something is wrong with your profile”” NO! every other producer on this site was not getting paid as well…i checked the forum periodically througout the years and other producers were on the forum talking about “”lawers”” and “”working togather to try to get our money””…Long story short is that JEFF ORTIZ never paid any of us…and is just sitting back taking all of our hard earned money which is unacceptable, unprofessional, and complete BULLSHIT! .
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